Up Yours, Mom and Dad, the #16 Issue can do whatever
it damn well wants now that it can drive!!!
The name is from a Gothic word meaning “secret.”
smaller ropes consist of three strands; this number is increased
for larger ropes.
The first romantic chapter of the real story of the American rice
industry, however, was written in 1694.
The spelling “rhyme,” instead of “rime,” came
about through confusion with the word “rhythm.”
There is no fixed standard by which the benefits derived from good roads
can be measured.
The leaves are conspicuous, but only the stalks are edible.
not-going-to- bed editors!
Her parents were strolling players, and she began while a child to take
part in their crude plays.
Now this is exactly the principle upon which the electric refrigerator
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rotor ship is a new invention, dating only from 1922, and its complete
development cannot be predicted with certainty.
Rayon is not silk, but is a substitute for silk, and the name “artificial”
is both misleading and inaccurate.
an island off the coast of Alaska.
movement causes a set of hard rings to rattle noisily, and woe unto
the animal or person that disregards the sound.
Red is commonly used in dyeing and in the arts.
learning increased, men revolted more and more against any authority
in matters of belief.
navigator and historian, a gallant courtier so familiar as a type of
the elegant and clever gentleman that we almost forget he lived three
hundred years ago
gets relief by wallowing all day in the mud and by making friends with
a little bird about the size of thrush.
The beetles eat the blossoms of grapes and roses, and often the fruit
of the apple.
a string of beads, made of wood, metal, or stone by which prayers are
counted as an aid to memory.
They include camels, llamas, deer, goats, giraffes, pronghorns, and
antelopes, all of which are described in these volumes.
All these stories of the kingdom are purely legend, many conciously
invented by writers.
In most cases there is one small window for each story, and four windows
just below the roof.
Lynn Staples (formerly Heidi Peppermint) on the inclusion of her
poem "Real Toads" in Best American Poetry 2004.
poem first appeared in La Petite Zine issue #13.